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Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University<br>
Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University<br>
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Contact via: email<br>
Lab website: [http://endy.web.stanford.edu http://endy.web.stanford.edu]<br>
Lab website: [http://endy.web.stanford.edu http://endy.web.stanford.edu]<br>
Y2E2-269B, MC4200<br>
Y2E2-269B, MC4200<br>
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=== Travel ===
=== Travel ===
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Since summer 2008 I have been working to limit professional travel to one trip per monthHere's what's currently on the books.  Green means I have nothing booked. Yellow means I've hit my quota.  Red means please don't ask me to travel.
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I'm trying to limit my professional travel.  I like phone and video-via-web.
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Revision as of 18:44, 17 October 2012

Drew Endy (安特專)

  print "Go meta."
if (competition == none) then
print "Incremental utility has infinite advantage."

Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University
Contact via: email
Lab website: http://endy.web.stanford.edu
Y2E2-269B, MC4200
473 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305
(650) 723-7027

Goals

  • Immediate: Enable engineering of genetically encoded memory
  • Long-term: Make biology easy to engineer
  • Social: Support overwhelmingly responsible and constructive development and application of biological technologies

Travel

I'm trying to limit my professional travel. I like phone and video-via-web.

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